Materials Management would like to introduce you to our new Preferred Travel Management program.
To Fri, Oct 19, 2018
Inaugurated in 2016, the Driedger Lecture is delivered annually by a distinguished historian on an important historical topic.
PROJECT SANDBOX: Socializing - Innovating - Collaborating
Thinking Globally, Thinking Nationally will be a public panel discussion with a focus on issues including trade, climate change, borders, and refugees/asylum seekers.
Spring 2019 - Register for this NEW course -- open to any students in their 2nd-year or above. LBED 2850BPerspectives on Schooling
Information Technology, Client Services is offering a presentation and hands-on computer courses free of charge for faculty and staff at the U of L.
Dr, Young examines the longer histories and wider geopolitics of contested crossings of the Canada-US border
Ideas around the Divided City concept, inequality and change in Calgary.
Enter photos from your travels to celebrate culture during International Education Week! You could win a $50 gift card to the University of Lethbridge Bookstore!
Dr. Fraser Hof will present "Analyte-Driven Disassembly and Turn-On Fluorescent Sensing in Competitive Biological Media"
The University of Lethbridge Faculty of Arts & Science is pleased to recognize Dr. Bhagwan Dua's name (1936~2018) at the 2018 Wine & Dine: Arts & Science Scholarship Dinner.
The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute (ARRTI) will be hosting an RNA and Epigenetics Symposium at the University of Lethbridge, complete with a keynote lecture from Canada Gairdner International Award...
This public presentation by Agricultural Studies and Economics features Trevor Lewington, chief executive officer for Economic Development Lethbridge.
SGS invites all undergraduate students to the Open House, which is an excellent opportunity to learn about graduate program offerings, funding opportunities, graduate student services, and research centres and...
An information session for students interested in pursuing graduate studies in architecture, planning, landscape architecture, or environmental design.
Have you heard rumours of an Open Access Policy (aka Rights Retention) being introduced on campus and want to find out more? Here's your chance!
Guest lecture from Dr. Michael Fronda, 'Was Hannibal a military genius? Some Ancient and Modern Assessments.'
Register today to participate in Crossing Boundaries and IAST 2018, A Collaborative Symposium!